The Ogden Trust supports schools, projects and programmes that are committed to enhancing physics teaching and learning. The Trust aims to increase the uptake of physics post-16, particularly for those in under-represented groups.
The majority of Ogden funding is allocated through our central programmes but the Trust does award a small number of physics education grants (of up to £5,000) to schools, colleges and other organisations who wish to carry out projects or activities that support the teaching and learning of physics, and enhance physics opportunities and aspirations.
There is one round of funding each term for grants to support projects that enhance physics opportunities and aspirations. The current round of funding is now open and applications should be made online.
A list of grants made in the previous year can be found in the full accounts on our publications and research page.
Central funding opportunities
Supporting the teaching and learning of physics.
Funding and support for groups of schools working together to enhance the teaching and learning of physics.
Ongoing professional development experiences for teachers of physics.
University collaborative project funding
Supporting universities to work collaboratively on physics outreach.
Find out more about other opportunities from the Trust.
Physics education grants
Grants to support projects that enhance physics opportunities & aspirations.